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they share bathrooms. well enough. it is a prive privilege to get an education and you can't just abuse it. and so the fact they build new dorms and a lot of that is rushish. put it in the classroom and teachers and students where it will have an affect in the end and so that you see it in grades. >> sally do you support the fact that you keep giving. >> were not. federal money goes to research grants and stuff like that. not for operating costings. but the states are what fund state universities have cut their spendog state universities 15 percent and enrollment went up 12 percent . meanwhile public universities are $5000 cheeper than private. this is a mountain out of a hole hill. >> wayne, that is happening out in california. >> it is happening everywhere. i say i think sally is right in that sense. you have to put the money where it is going to serve the people and the educational purpose. it will sench them in university and the government gets out of the business of being a principal or deanr schoolmarm. governmentopoly and regulation and increase prices. and the reason the iphone we
, and herman cain with the mission to educate the public on issues facing us today. john: that government doesn't always make life better? >> that government has to get out of the way, or this economy and this country's going down the tubes. john: the chicken ad, you know, people say it's ridiculous, this is low budget. it's silly. it's beneath the importance of politics, and, yet, on super tuesday -- >> one of the most viewed youtube videos out there, just like the smoking ad. john: got more hitshan all the other guys running their commercials. >> combined, yes. john: the girl who says "any questions" is the director's daughter. >> yes. john: this director works for other people in addition to the smoking man ad. one is a c congressial candidate running in california against nancy pelosi -- good luck to him -- immediate -- med ya was not giving him attention. >> strangling job creation, burying us under a mountain of debt. >> do you want 500 americans to lose their jobs? are you serious? >> i am. john dennis, and i approve this message. john: he's the candidate, but, really, zombies. argue the
the education of our students. isn't it tougher standard and more competition. >> not one iota. it is a desperate act of the administration that ismenting to be perceived as doing 100,000 new teachers will not make investment rise . salary takers from the federal government can train jobs for the put future is laughable. best way to do that is are duce the burden. >> mark, is this another stimulus plan that is going to work the same way the last one did? >> i think the last one was ineffective because members of the congress decileded to bloc it and we spend lile and we needed to spend two or three times the amount. it is 287 billion and we should have spent triple tt and we have a 14.8 trillion. halfwent to loans and aid to bail out wall street. >> and so why are we going to spend money on jobs? >> we also have a 16.2 trillion debt. and of course, the last bit of spending did nothing to affect that. >> by the way, mark, five trillion in new spending from this president which is equivalent of germany and south korea. >> where are you getting that. >> hold on, mark. >> that is t
we have to educate these people. that is our show.. we will be back next week. five days away from the presidential election and the presidential race in the dead heat one-tenth of 1% separates the candidates. it could not be much tighter. the campaign trail e ventas schedule ratcheting up as well. both the art crossing of swing states for those who could decide the election. obama's is sitting three swing states today bad and colorado. tomorrow the obamacare paid focuses on ohio with three separate events saturday dead boy back to wisconsin, iowa and virginia. new hampshire, colorado and ohio the president will stop in wisconsin, iowa and ohio. governor romney was in virginia and then both campaigns are in ohio. both campaigns in iowa on saturday at the same time romney also going to colorado and new hampshire. that is how desperate both are for the undecided vote. just one and then on the sunday schedule for mitt romney. finishing where it began at. w hampshire. the daily tracking poll has governor romney maintaining the 2.lead within a margin of error. also the new abc poll with
sure that they got the rent. this is a well educated woman with a high paying job and the landlord preferred a government worker for security. they are running out of money now. they don't get it. >> suitor for your is the president says this is not the case? >> if we don't understand the past, e will never fire out e future. look at the last four years. government regulation on top of government regulation. 75,000 new irs agents to manage health care. come on, it's gog to be more of the same. we can afford it. neil: i want to switch to this storm, and i want to talk to you about it. you are a pretty good leader and you know good leadership qualities. i always thin, ad i talked to my producers from staten island. there is a great disconnect between politicos. everything is fine, we are on top of it. fifteen minute rule, i want people to get back to people, assuming that when you get back, something is being done and you create a great appearance of things are getting done. and i'm talking to my buddy and hearing about his family and friends in staten island and i realized, at they
we have to educate these people. that is our show. gerri: hello, everybody, i am gerri willis. tonight mayor michael bloomberg forced to flip-flop backing away from his decision to allow the new york city marathon to proceed just six days after the biggest and most instructive storm in the northeast in 74 years. bloomberg had said a marathon would bring new yorkers back together and was importance to the city's economy added $370 million for runners and race fans. but proceeding to new york city boroughs sunday when many of them have been declared disaster areas, homes destroyed, boardwalks missing, residents without food, power or water was a repulsive idea to some. >> no one else has been here. i have not heard from fema, the coast guard, no one. it is startling. >> very angry and fed up. what are we, is this america? i don't know. i don't know. i don't like it. we are going downhill. >> i came here four or five years ago, expected we came here for a better life, opportunity, and this is what we come from. this is ridiculous. not how it is supposed to be. gerri: it wasn't ju
money. the reason the federal government wouldn't give new jersey their education money, -- gerri: do you think they were holding back dollars because they don't like chris christie? >> absolutely and definitely happen. everything he is looking at, it's like oh, give me a break. gerri: in focus tonight is open enrollment. it is the one time this year you can make changes to your health insurance for 2013 and what you don't know can posture. bob hurley on a senior vice president of the parent company of e-health insurance.com. most people pay very little attention to this. what kinds of changes will people see mr.? >> well, of course, the federal government is actually going to mandate what you look at. all of the product comparison sheets that the employers are going to put out this year are going to all look the same. you will be able to quickly compare your plans side-by-side. the benefits of sins as well as the cost of the plan. that is good thing for most families to when you look at the changes, because there are always changes, usually the changes are getting less and paying mor
and education and beginning to thought fully balance the budget that will allow to us continue to accelerate. lissa: i mean, investg in clean energy, infrastructure. we saw all the shovel-ready jobs that weren't shovel-ready. money wasn't evenk at, i mean yu guys like to point to the five million jobs in the private sector has created. it is always interested what timeline you choose to pick. if you look at real timeline you should take credit for starting in january of 2009 when obama took office, we have 194,000 more jobs than we did when he took office. i mean four years. >> let's be inlex wally honest. melissa, when he comes into office we're shedding 800,000 jobs a month. becae of the, bush policies, that collapse on wall street. you have to give the guy a little time to get the house in order. let me be blunt about clean energy. it has been a net job creator in thistry, renewables industry has grown. now in calornia we have 300,000 people working in the clean energy industry. 3 million across this country. so i think if you look at the long-term trend trend line it is very clear and ve
million jobs. more energy production. education, cracking down on chinese trade in championing small businesses. there is no question about it. the romney campaign held a teleconference today with reports to say that they are just where they had always hoped it would be in the closing days of this campaign. in a statistical tie knocking on the door and able to win. they still can win but is not at all by any means a certainty. a scare tactic when republicans that they think their vote doesn't matter they could be wrong in the need to get to the polls. with that said, some concern in the polls for the campaign. then seen in the seven surveys in the last two days, of ohio that shows that it's still a margin race within the margin of error, but mr. obama is with a slight lead with and that margin so the romney campaign has begun looking at expanding the battlefield where the playing field to make you will, by going after states like minnesota and michigan and pennsylvania, states that have been in the blue column for many, many weeks just as the polls tighten up in the debate nationwide
bridges roads even the education. the school system suffering mightily. this could just be the beginning. illinois's direct debt is now 58 billion dollars. joining us now is john tillman from the illinois policy institute. a lot of people reacting to the illinois report. the report of the state budget crisis task force, a big-time report, and the thing is for me, it's all the reasons why this so, you know, there's so many problems. it's not just one thing. we're talking about the budget process, underfunded retirement benefits, medicare spending, law and practices hindering fiscal responsibility and stability. it goes on and on. it seems like you are on a collision course. >> it would be irresponsible of the people of illinois to ask the other 49 states to bail us out for the spending we have been doing for decades. this is a spending driven crisis. we have structural overspending that is unsustainable. the best way to illustrate this is in 2000 we had about 1.5 million people on medicaid. we now have 3.1 million people on medicaid. that's 104% growth. while we've expanded it to a middle
the storm hit, i was in mississippi. the state has a terrific economic education program and i was fully engaged with some of the teachers and students so i watched sandy from a distance. i came home to new jersey yesterday, here is my take on that. i flew from jackson, mississippi to atlanta georgia, and from there to washington d.c. and that's as far as i could get my plane or train. to get to the new york area, i had to drive, and that tells you something. three days after the storm, america's biggest city was cut off. and heading north on i-95, mile after mile was dark. no lights in the houses. very few businesses opened. it was halloween, no kids on the streets. but then, the real shock arrived. gas lines, huge gas lines, and the service stations traffic was backed up for two to three miles. closer to my home, the only gas station at that was open had several police cars trying to control the crowds. in so many areas of new york and new jersey, there is no power for the gas pumps and where they have juice, supplies of gas are running out. and when you have no electricity in your hou
, doesn't matter how desperate the situation is, whether education to saving lives. stuart: it wasn't in person, it's not get out of here. charles: intimidation factor although i talked about it on fox and friends and some people say they see people from different states, including alabama and the idea that you would make it so difficult to happen is just mind-boggling. stuart: a magazine endorses president obama, and as a result, after 40 years, i am no longer paying a paying subscribers, i'm gone. they won't get another cent from me. that's the subject of my take, that's next. sometimes investing opportunities are hard to spot. you have to dig a little. fidelity's etf market tracker shows you the big picture on how different asset classes are performing, and it lets you go in for a closer look at areas within a class or sector that may be bucking a larger trend. i'm stephen hett of fidelity investments. the etf market tracker is one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades today and explore your next investing idea. new pink lemonade 5-ho
, our concern is always before the storm trying to educate people as to what the risks are. short of moving their homes, really all people can do is make sure, if you're in a surge evacuation area you get out with your family, pets and valuables but there is very little a homeowner can do to mitigate against storm surge damage. a cubic meter of water weighs about 1800 pounds. if you think about all the water that is being pushed onshore over the course of many hours it is going to do tremendous damage to homes all along the, particularly the long island sound area where you have nowhere for the storm surge t go. it gets pushed into the area, can't go to the down, or to side so it goes up on land. evacuation, getting free of the area is only thing homeowners can do now to really mitigate the risk. ashley: i have about 30 seconds. other than homeowners what about commercial businesses? it is almost a double-whammy, isn't it? not only may they suffer structural damage business may be down for a while, well, a, you may not be able to open your business and b, people can't get to you a
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